Manchester United’s season officially begins tomorrow, when Jose Mourinho takes his players to Skopje, Macedonia to take part in the UEFA Super Cup. The game itself will likely be an entertaining affair, and if we can win a trophy to start the season, it’ll be a huge confidence-booster.
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Manchester United handed a debut to their third major signing of the summer last night, in a game against Italian side Sampdoria. Nemanja Matic, 29, breezed through the match and he looked super, despite it being his first pre-season minutes of the season.
As we all know, Manchester United confirmed the signing of Nemanja Matic from Chelsea. The 29-year-old midfield enforcer becomes the Red Devils’ third major acquisition of the summer, just two weeks before the Premier League season gets underway.
Manchester United’s pre-season tour comes to an end in Dublin, Ireland. Undoubtedly the Aviva Stadium will be jam-packed with Red Devils fans, with Jose Mourinho putting his players through their paces in one final friendly fixture before the serious stuff starts.
Manchester United’s move for Nemanja Matic has been confirmed. The Serbia star has joined the club on a three-year deal from Chelsea, and he’ll be tasked with playing as the defensive midfielder for the Red Devils this season. A rather unexciting signing, but a necessary one.
Out of absolutely nowhere, news broke that Nemanja Matic is close to becoming Manchester United’s third signing of the summer. The 28-year-old Serbia international is set to join the Red Devils, as he looks to reunite with former boss, Jose Mourinho.
Later today, Manchester United takes on Valerenga Football in their penultimate pre-season tour game. The match takes place in Norway, and the Red Devils aren’t even spending the night on foreign soil, instead, they chose to jet out this morning.
Manchester United’s pre-season tour of America is over, but the Red Devils still have a couple of games to play before the UEFA Super Cup. First up, Norweigan side Valerenga this coming weekend, in a game that we should be looking to win comfortably.
Manchester United’s participation in the International Champions Cup continues with a huge game against FC Barcelona. The Red Devils are undefeated on pre-season tour thus far, and once again, they’ll pit their wits against one of the best teams in football.
Manchester United Football Club have played two MLS Western Conference teams in pre-season so far, but now, things are about to be taken up a level. Next up, Manchester City in a derby match that is supposed to be a friendly -but more than likely it’ll be anything but that.